Toy Review: One:12 Collective Michael Myers Halloween Figure (Mezco)

Hauntober begins with Michael Myers One:12 Scale 1978 introduced the world to Halloweens Michael Myers a serial killer who escaped a sanitarium after being committed when he was 6 for […]

Hauntober begins with Michael Myers One:12 Scale

1978 introduced the world to Halloweens Michael Myers a serial killer who escaped a sanitarium after being committed when he was 6 for killing his sister Judith Myers. Halloween has been terrorizing the big screen for 40 years with multiple movies as well as comics, video games and collectibles.

Today Mezco delivers Michael Myers in 6-inch scale. The figure features light up pumpkin which includes two small batteries and a switch to turn this feature on and off the top of the pumpkin can be removed and the spot for the batteries requires a small screwdriver.  Also included is Judith Myers tombstone, multiple hands, 2 knives one of which is blood covered, stand with the Halloween logo on it and the ghost sheet head yes its cloth and includes authentic movie like glasses. The Jumpsuit is made of cloth and movie accurate as well. For those fans of articulation, there are no double jointed elbows.

Wow, what a great collectible for Horror, Halloween, and collectors. The attention to detail can be seen all over this figure. Even the eyes through the mask look creepy giving it the Michael Myers feel. The Ghost outfit is spot on and gives you another movie pose option minus the teenage girl. If you look into the costume you can see his eyes behind the glasses as well. The light up pumpkin is my favorite accessory when lit it also flickers. My only complaint it was a bit difficult to place the batteries in the pumpkin but with a little patience and a tiny screwdriver, I succeeded. Also, there is a warning on how to place the ghost sheet head on the figure as you do not want to break or have glasses come off.

This is one of my favorite figures to date and he has found a place among my Halloween decorations and will continue to show up every Halloween. I think we might even watch his first movie together LOL.  If you are on the fence about this one grab it. Price point is 80 dollars and considering the list of accessories I gave you worth every cent.  Bravo Mezco you delivered again.

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